When Luxury Meets Art: Forms of Collaboration between Luxury Brands and the Arts Author: Olga Louisa Kastner Published by Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden ISBN: 978-3-658-04575-3 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-04576-0
Table of Contents:
Attributes of Luxury Brand-Art Collaborations
Typology of Luxury Brand-Art Collaborations
Increasingly, luxury brands join forces with the arts today. Yet, these cross-over collaborations do not constitute a homogeneous strategy, but become manifest in manifold forms and appearances. Regardless of their growing practical relevance for the creation of contemporary luxury brands though, the varied forms of Luxury Brand-Art Collaborations (LBACs) have remained largely unexplored to date. Olga Louisa Kastner aims at systematizing the dominating collaborative patterns between luxury brands and the arts. She empirically derives distinct types of LBACs, based on methodically developed attributes and a large number of real cases. Finally, the author describes the main characteristics of the identified types and illustrates them by prototypical cases. Contents Explanations of the Luxury Brand, Art and Luxury Brand-Art Collaborations Attributes and Typology of Luxury Brand-Art Collaborations Target Groups Researchers, lecturers, and students in the fields of marketing, branding and communication Managers and marketing executives of luxury brands as well as artists, cultural managers, and patrons of the art The Author Olga Louisa Kastner, MA, studied at the Berlin School of Economics and Law. She currently works as a project manager and is responsible for developing a marketing agency’s luxury, watches and jewelleryaccounts.